Question 224 / 4 ptsTLO3 If you have corrected a DNS server problem, such as renamed a system or changed its IP address, but your local system still attempts to connect to the old system, what can you do to obtain the new information from the DNS server quickly?Clear the DNS cache on the DNS server. Correct!Execute ipconfig /flushdns. Disable/enable the NIC. Reboot.
Question 234 / 4 ptsTLO4 You have almost finished helping with the migration of a Windows Server 2003 network to a Windows Server 2012 network. The current domain functional level is Windows 2003 mode. There are three locations, and the engineers are creating a single domain for now. Many rumors are surfacing that a merger with one of your competitors is going to happen, and the designers are considering adding a new domain to bring those users into the network. One of your jobs is to help come up with the administrative plans for the designers to manage the users. To outline your task, you are going to build a best-practices approach to giving permissions to resources on your mixed network. Which of the following approaches best suits your situation?